In the airy setting of Greenwich Village's Claudette restaurant,
Lela Rose unveiled a truly romantic
collection of elegant and ethereal gowns.
With 19th-century Scottish illustrator Jessie M. King, an artist
renomned for her delicate ink work, as the muse for the collection,
the resulting designs are the stuff of every girl's big day dreams.
With crystal-covered embroidery, feathers, pearl details and
matelassé techniques to add texture, show-stopping illusion
necklines gave a modern twist to embellishments.
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But it's the intricate back designs that stole the show. These
gowns were clearly made to make a grand exit. The question is:
which one is your favourite?
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